- Jan 28, 2017
- Reaction score
I see where you are coming from and it was a big misstep for asus, I still bought my router due to easy openvpn setup in July. I enabled this:As catcamstar alluded to, most, if not all routers brands have been or can be exploited. Where he and I seem to differ is on how a company learns about and deals with found code bugs and exploits. I have no interest in and don't sell them, but Netgear has been exemplary in setting up a bug bounty program and in squashing bugs and exploits in record time once discovered.
Router Brands to stay away from in my opinion:
DLink, Asus & TPlink (nothing wrong with these companies' switches, etc)
Decent router brands to date:
Netgear, Ubiquiti, Cisco
Malicious Website Blocking
Infected Device Prevention and Blocking
Then I saw all traffic is sent to trendmicro... So that seems like a big privacy concern and not sure how that is allowed. I disabled it. What do you suggest in terms of disabling or enabling that service?
They seem to update their signature/firmware a lot.
As there been any issues lately with asus?
I think dlink is the worse.